Levelling Tine Kits - Dealerinside

Levelling Tine Kits - Dealerinside
Publication 5289
LEVELLING TINE KITS
FOR
TWOSE
FRONT MOUNTED FURROW PRESSES
(INCLUDING REPLACEMENT PARTS INFORMATION)
ISSUE 1
IMPORTANT
VERIFICATION OF WARRANTY REGISTRATION
DEALER WARRANTY INFORMATION & REGISTRATION VERIFICATION
It is imperative that the selling dealer registers this machine with Twose of Tiverton Limited
before delivery to the end user – failure to do so may affect the validity of the machine
warranty.
To register machines go to the Twose web site at www.twose.com, log onto ‘Dealer
Inside’ and select the ‘Machine Registration button’ which can be found in the Service
Section of the site. Confirm to the customer that the machine has been registered in the
section below.
Should you experience any problems registering a machine in this manner please contact
the Twose Office on 01884 253691.
Registration Verification
Dealer Name: ……………………..…………………………………………………………….
Dealer Address:
…….………………………………………………………………………….
Customer Name: ……………………..…………………………………………………………
Date of Warranty Registration:
……/……/...…… Dealer Signature: ………………..……
NOTE TO CUSTOMER / OWNER
Please ensure that the above section above has been completed and signed by the selling
dealer to verify that your machine has been registered with Twose of Tiverton Limited.
IMPORTANT: During the initial ‘bedding in’ period of a new machine it is the customer’s responsibility
to regularly inspect all nuts, bolts and hose connections for tightness and re-tighten if required. New
hydraulic connections occasionally weep small amounts of oil as the seals and joints settle in – where
this occurs it can be cured by re-tightening the connection – refer to torque settings chart below. The
tasks stated above should be performed on an hourly basis during the first day of work and at least
daily thereafter as part of the machines general maintenance procedure.
TORQUE SETTINGS FOR HYDRAULIC FITTINGS
HYDRAULIC HOSE ENDS
BSP
1/4”
3/8”
1/2”
5/8”
3/4”
1”
1.1/4”
1.1/2”
2”
Setting
18 Nm
31 Nm
49 Nm
60 Nm
80 Nm
125 Nm
190 Nm
250 Nm
420 Nm
Metric
19 mm
22 mm
27 mm
30 mm
32 mm
41 mm
50 mm
55 mm
70 mm
PORT ADAPTORS WITH BONDED SEALS
BSP
1/4”
3/8”
1/2”
5/8”
3/4”
1”
1.1/4”
1.1/2”
2”
Setting
34 Nm
47 Nm
102 Nm
122 Nm
149 Nm
203 Nm
305 Nm
305 Nm
400 Nm
Metric
19 mm
22 mm
27 mm
30 mm
32 mm
41 mm
50 mm
55 mm
70 mm
WARRANTY POLICY
WARRANTY REGISTRATION
All machines must be registered, by the selling dealer with Twose of Tiverton Ltd, before delivery
to the end user. On receipt of the goods it is the buyer’s responsibility to check that the Verification
of Warranty Registration in the Operator’s Manual has been completed by the selling dealer.
1.
LIMITED WARRANTIES
1.01. All machines supplied by Twose of Tiverton Ltd are warranted to be free from defects in
material and workmanship from the date of sale to the original purchaser for a period of 12
months, unless a different period is specified.
1.02. All spare parts supplied by Twose of Tiverton Ltd and purchased by the end user are
warranted to be free from defects in material and workmanship from the date of sale to the
original purchaser for a period of 6 months. All parts warranty claims must be supported by a
copy of the failed part invoice to the end user. We cannot consider claims for which sales
invoices are not available.
1.03. The warranty offered by Twose of Tiverton Ltd is limited to the making good by repair or
replacement for the purchaser any part or parts found, upon examination at its factory, to be
defective under normal use and service due to defects in material or workmanship. Returned
parts must be complete and unexamined. Pack the component(s) carefully so that any transit
damage is avoided. All ports on hydraulic items should be drained of oil and securely plugged
to prevent seepage and foreign body ingress. Certain other components, electrical items for
example, may require particular care when packing to avoid damage in transit.
1.04. This warranty does not extend to any product from which Twose of Tiverton Ltd’s serial
number plate has been removed or altered.
1.05. This warranty does not apply to any part of the goods, which has been subjected to improper
or abnormal use, negligence, alteration, modification, fitment of non-genuine parts, accident
damage, or damage resulting from contact with overhead power lines, damage caused by
foreign objects (e.g. stones, iron, material other than vegetation), failure due to lack of
maintenance, use of incorrect oil or lubricants, contamination of the oil, or which has served
its normal life. This warranty does not apply to any expendable items such as blades, belts,
clutch linings, filter elements, flails, flap kits, skids, soil engaging parts, shields, guards, wear
pads, pneumatic tyres or tracks.
1.06. Temporary repairs and consequential loss - i.e. oil, downtime and associated parts are
specifically excluded from the warranty.
1.07. Warranty on hoses is limited to 12 months and does not include hoses which have suffered
external damage. Only complete hoses may be returned under warranty, any which have
been cut or repaired will be rejected.
1.08. Machines must be repaired immediately a problem arises. Continued use of the machine
after a problem has occurred can result in further component failures, for which Twose of
Tiverton Ltd cannot be held liable, and may have safety implications.
1.09. If in exceptional circumstances a non Twose of Tiverton Ltd part is used to effect a repair,
warranty reimbursement will be at no more than Twose of Tiverton Ltd‘s standard dealer cost
for the genuine part.
1.10. Except as provided herein, no employee, agent, dealer or other person is authorised to give
any warranties of any nature on behalf of Twose of Tiverton Ltd.
1.11. For machine warranty periods in excess of 12 months the following additional exclusions
shall apply:
1.11.1. Hoses, exposed pipes and hydraulic tank breathers.
1.11.2. Filters.
1.11.3. Rubber mountings.
1.11.4. External electric wiring.
1.11.5. Bearings and seals.
1.12. All service work, particularly filter changes, must be carried out in accordance with the
manufacturer’s service schedule. Failure to comply will invalidate the warranty. In the event of
a claim, proof of the service work being carried out may be required.
1.13. Repeat or additional repairs resulting from incorrect diagnosis or poor quality previous repair
work are excluded from warranty.
NB Warranty cover will be invalid if any non-genuine parts have been fitted or used. Use of nongenuine parts may seriously affect the machine’s performance and safety. Twose of Tiverton Ltd
cannot be held responsible for any failures or safety implications that arise due to the use of nongenuine parts.
2.
REMEDIES AND PROCEDURES
2.01. The warranty is not effective unless the Selling Dealer registers the machine, via the Twose
of Tiverton Ltd web site and confirms the registration to the purchaser by completing the
confirmation form in the operator’s manual.
2.02. Any fault must be reported to an authorised Twose of Tiverton Ltd dealer as soon as it
occurs. Continued use of a machine, after a fault has occurred, can result in further
component failure for which Twose of Tiverton Ltd cannot be held liable.
2.03. Repairs should be undertaken within two days of the failure. Claims submitted for repairs
undertaken more than 2 weeks after a failure has occurred, or 2 days after the parts were
supplied will be rejected, unless the delay has been authorised by Twose of Tiverton Ltd.
Please note that failure by the customer to release the machine for repair will not be
accepted as a reason for delay in repair or submitting warranty claims.
2.04. All claims must be submitted, by an authorised Twose of Tiverton Ltd Service Dealer, within
30 days of the date of repair.
2.05. Following examination of the claim and parts, Twose of Tiverton Ltd will pay, at their
discretion, for any valid claim the invoiced cost of any parts supplied by Twose of Tiverton Ltd
and appropriate labour and mileage allowances if applicable.
2.06. The submission of a claim is not a guarantee of payment.
2.07. Any decision reached by Twose of Tiverton Ltd is final.
3.
LIMITATION OF LIABILITY
3.01. Twose of Tiverton Ltd disclaims any express (except as set forth herein) and implied
warranties with respect to the goods including, but not limited to, merchantability and fitness
for a particular purpose.
3.02. Twose of Tiverton Ltd makes no warranty as to the design, capability, capacity or suitability
for use of the goods.
3.03. Except as provided herein, Twose of Tiverton Ltd shall have no liability or responsibility to the
purchaser or any other person or entity with respect to any liability, loss, or damage caused
or alleged to be caused directly or indirectly by the goods including, but not limited to, any
indirect, special, consequential, or incidental damages resulting from the use or operation of
the goods or any breach of this warranty. Notwithstanding the above limitations and
warranties, the manufacturer’s liability hereunder for damages incurred by the purchaser or
others shall not exceed the price of the goods.
3.04. No action arising out of any claimed breach of this warranty or transactions under this
warranty may be brought more than one (1) year after the cause of the action has occurred.
4.
MISCELLANEOUS
4.01. Twose of Tiverton Ltd may waive compliance with any of the terms of this limited warranty,
but no waiver of any terms shall be deemed to be a waiver of any other term.
4.02. If any provision of this limited warranty shall violate any applicable law and is held to be
unenforceable, then the invalidity of such provision shall not invalidate any other provisions
herein.
4.03. Applicable law may provide rights and benefits to the purchaser in addition to those provided
herein.
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This manual describes the Twose Levelling Tine kits suitable for mounting to Twose Front Mounted Furrow
Presses. It should be read in conjunction with the Front Press Manual and also the Tractor Manual.
Section
Page No
1
Certificate of Conformity
2
2
General Information
3
3
Safety
4
4
Installation
9
5
Storage
10
Replacement Parts Section
IMPORTANT
This machine is designed for agricultural use
and must not be used for any other purpose
It is potentially hazardous to fit or use
Any parts other than genuine Twose parts
The company disclaims all liability for the
consequences of such use, which in addition
voids the machine warranty
We reserve right to modify the technical data and characteristics of the machines at any time without prior notice.
All dimensions and capacities mentioned in this book are approximate. In pursuance of the Companies policy of
constant development, the right is reserved to depart, without notice, from any detail illustrated or specified in this
book, without incurring the obligation to provide such modifications on machines previously delivered.
No responsibility will be accepted by Twose of Tiverton Limited for any injury, damage or loss arising from the
improper use or lack of maintenance of any machinery supplied by them or from any failure of the user to comply with
all instructions published by Tractor or Loader manufacturers, particularly with regard to maximum load capacities, tyre
pressures and stability, or with instructions and regulations pertaining to Tractor Cabs.
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DECLARATION OF CONFORMITY
Conforming to EU Machinery Directive 2006/42/EC
We,
TWOSE of TIVERTON LIMITED,
6 Chinon Court, Lower Moor Way,
Tiverton Business Park, Tiverton, Devon, EX16 6SS, UK
Hereby declare that:
The Product; Tine Kit for Tractor Mounted Furrow Press
Product Code; TFMP
Serial No. & Date ………………………………… Type …………………………
Manufactured in; United Kingdom
Complies with the required provisions of the Machinery Directive 2006/42/EC
The machinery directive is supported by the following harmonized standards;

BS EN ISO 12100 (2010) Safety of machinery – General principles for design – Risk
assessment and risk reduction.

BS EN 349 (1993) + A1 (2008) Safety of machinery - Minimum distances to avoid the
entrapment with human body parts.

BS EN 953 (1997) + A1 (2009) Safety of machinery - Guards general requirements for
the design and construction of fixed and movable guards.
 BS EN 4413 (2010) Hydraulic fluid power. Safety requirements for systems and their
components.
Signed …………………................ Responsible Person
CHRISTIAN DAVIES on behalf of TWOSE OF TIVERTON LIMITED
Status: General Manager
Date: September 2015
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GENERAL INFORMATION
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General
Before fitting or operating the machine users should read and fully understand the instructions and information given in
this manual and also the furrow press manual and tractor operators manual.
Levelling tine kits are available in three widths; 1.5, 3.0 and 4.0 metres, the 1.5 metre being suitable for fixed frame
furrow presses and the 3.0 and 4.0 metre models are suitable for folding wing presses. Each spring tine is fitted with a
replaceable tip
The spacing of the tines on the frames may be adjusted to suit customer requirements or prevailing conditions.
Tine Kit fitted to a front mounted furrow press
Identifying the machine
Each machine is fitted with an identification plate. Both the data necessary to identify the model and the serial number
to order spare parts or after-sales service are stamped on the plate.
Replacement Parts
It is strongly recommended to use genuine spare parts to avoid altering the technical features of the machine. Twose of
Tiverton are not responsible for any damage or injuries to people due to unauthorised modifications or the use of nongenuine spare parts
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SAFETY
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SAFETY NOTES AND WARNINGS
Throughout the handbook the following sub headings are used to draw attention to various points of importance.
This is to draw attention to very important instructions which MUST be followed precisely to avoid injury or death.
CAUTION
This is used to draw attention to instructions which MUST be followed to avoid damage to operator, machine, process
or the environment.
NOTE:This is used to highlight points used for supplementary information.
HEALTH AND SAFETY
Never attempt to assemble, couple up, or operate machinery until you understand fully the functions, controls and safety
precautions required, as shown in the operators manual.
Always follow tractor safety operations and instructions VERY carefully.
NEVER TAKE RISKS
NEVER LEAVE TRACTOR SEAT WHILST ENGINE - OR MACHINE IS RUNNING
CAUTION
Be aware of warning stickers and instruction stickers on machine as care must be taken and instructions obeyed.
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CAUTION
Contact your dealer should you need advice, assistance, or if you do not understand the manual or machine. “NEVER
ASSUME” - if not sure - ASK.
CAUTION
Machine MUST NOT be altered or modified in any way - without permission - No liability will be accepted in respect
of a machine that has been modified without manufacturers permission.
Never drive machinery at speeds that could cause danger to other persons or properties, or in a manner that may cause
accidents.
Never attempt to Service/adjust or work on any machinery in an unsupported state.
Always ensure that machinery is safely supported and propped in position.
Always ensure that the wheels of any wheeled implement/machinery are ‘chocked’ firmly and implement will not
move, before attempting to ‘service’ or ‘work on’ in any way or form.
CAUTION
Always ‘SWITCH OFF’ tractor engine before attempting to carry out adjustment or service repairs and inspections, on
machinery.
Always be aware of your surroundings - and operate machinery accordingly. Beware of confined - tight areas, low height
restrictions, buildings and overhangs etc. Also drive and operate bearing in mind weather conditions such as sun, rain, ice, snow,
wind etc. [Make allowances in all situations].
CAUTION
Never operate machine in a reckless or uncaring manner. Respect other road users and be patient.
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HIGHWAY USE
When transporting machinery on the Highways the “Local Highways Department” should be consulted for approval and
notification, as rules and regulations vary from local authority area to area.
Allow time for walkers and cyclists to clear site. Also when using on the Highway consult the ‘Lighting Regulations’
for correct procedures.
CAUTION
Never carry “passengers” on machinery or on tractor
Ensure bystanders/onlookers are kept well away from operational area of apparatus.
ON ROAD - TRANSPORT SPEED
When transporting the machinery on the highway:- for example moving from “worksite to worksite” or travelling from
home to work or work to home, it is VERY IMPORTANT that transport speed be kept to a low sensible figure (1215MPH).
The “all-up” (inclusive) weight of a tractor and furrow press and rear combination seed drill is always going to be high,
but - the loadings on ALL mountings and implements involved (especially the tractor) are greatly amplified if the unit is
driven to travel fast over bumps, potholes, any uneven surfaces or around sharp corners and can result in serious
fractures/failures of any or indeed all of the operating machinery involved.
UNSUPPORTED MACHINES
Always ensure the machine is fully supported before getting underneath the machine. Use suitable blocks or packing.
Never get underneath the machine for any reason especially if unit is still operating.
CAUTION
‘PARKING UP’ MACHINE
When machine is being removed and being ‘parked up’ it is essential that a good firm base and level site be found.
Always chock and prop machine to ensure a good firm position to leave parked. Ensure that stand legs of machine are
correctly locked into position.
CAUTION
Never allow children to play on, or around, parked machinery.
CAUTION
Never wear loose fitting or ragged clothing which could get caught in machinery or controls.
CAUTION
Ensure visibility is clear through cab-screens at all times.
CAUTION
Always dispose of discarded or worn out parts thoughtfully - by disposing of them in an approved and specified legal
scrap site, bin or skip.
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CAUTION
Worn out and spent waste oil, grease and other obnoxious substances must always be disposed of in suitable and legally
approved dumping containers suitable for the waste in question.
GENERAL INSTRUCTIONS
1.
Before attaching any machine to a tractor or loader make sure that implement is still standing firmly on good
solid - level site as it will be, providing unit was previously parked correctly.
- Check that any wheels are ‘chocked’ correctly and that supports/props are in position where necessary to
prevent booms etc. dropping.
2.
Before and during the manoeuvring of the tractor or vehicle in order to attach machinery/implements, - make
sure that No other persons are in the vicinity.
Keep other persons well clear and make known your intentions, all the while keeping a sharp lookout whilst
reversing and aligning machines for coupling up.
3.
Always secure tractor into selected position by ensuring that brakes are applied correctly in order to prevent
vehicle moving off on its own to cause injury and damage.
4.
Make sure that the lift arms and top link ball ends of the tractor are properly fitted to the machine/implement
by using correct adapter sleeves where necessary, and that retaining pins of the correct type are used on all
three point linkage points. Secure pins with relevant pin and ring assembly.
5.
If the machine is of the drawbar type - check that the hitch on the tractor is in good condition and that the
hitch pin used is of the correct size and type, and is properly secured when fitted.
6.
Should it become necessary to make any adjustments or service on machine while raised on the tractor
linkage, or raised on a front end loader - trestles or suitable supports MUST be positioned to support machine
to prevent accidental dropping of lift arms, loader arms or mechanical failure [MACHINE MUST ALWAYS
BE PROPPED AND CHOCKED].
7.
Never attempt to work on, adjust or service repair machinery of any kind whilst it is still running or working.
Always stop the machine and STOP THE TRACTOR ENGINE - before any service/repairs begin.
(SWITCH OFF TRACTOR ENGINE BEFORE LEAVING TRACTOR SEAT)
8.
In transit always use transport stays or locking devices where provided.
If, as in the case of some longer machines, the unit is transported lengthways - make sure that the front of the
tractor is suitably ballasted to maintain stability.
9.
Always use machines in a sensible and reasonable manner and do not attempt to use them in work for which
they are not intended. Avoid overloading and abusing them as this can cause damage to machine and tractor
and can be very dangerous.
10.
When unhitching/detaching a machine from a tractor three point linkage or from a front end loader ensure
that any stands or legs are securely positioned and that the machine is parked where it will not be a safety
hazard or cause annoyance to others.
.
Make sure that chosen ‘parking site’ is a firm and level site.
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SAFETY
11.
Carry out regular periodic maintenance. - Always with safety in mind.
12.
Ensure regular maintenance procedures are maintained for the lifetime of the machine.
13.
HEALTH AND SAFETY RULES AND REGULATIONS MUST BE ADHERED TO.
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ATTACHING MACHINE
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The tine frame is attached to support plates on the front press by pins that are secured by linch pins. The support arms of
the tine frames have a series of holes permitting height adjustment of the frame. A second pin inserted through the
lower hole on the front press support plate prevents the frame from swinging forward.
IMPORTANT:- Ensure machine is parked on a firm and level site without any bystanders or onlookers nearby..
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STORAGE
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Before storing the machine it should be thoroughly cleaned and a check made for broken or damaged parts so that
replacements can be ordered. Coat all bright metal parts with grease to prevent corrosion. Chose a level hard standing to
store the machine preferably under cover. Ensure the machine is safely supported.
On folding wing models when the machine is not in use ensure the wings are in the lowered position to prevent injury
by walking into the tines.
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REPLACEMENT PARTS
Replacement Parts Section
For best performance…
USE ONLY GENUINE TWOSE SERVICE PARTS
To be assured of the latest design improvements purchase your
‘Genuine Replacements’ from the Original Equipment Manufacturer
through your local Dealer or Stockist.
Always quote:
•
•
•
Machine Type
Serial Number
Part Number
Design Improvements may have altered some of the parts listed in this manual – The latest
part will always be supplied when it is interchangeable with an earlier one.
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1.5M FURROW PRESS TINE KIT
2-1
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1.5M FURROW PRESS TINE KIT
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FPT15M
A - 189.200 1.5M CENTRE FRAME ASSY
01
02
03
04
05
06
189.028
00.372.01
T8109
05.287.03
05.292.21
T7528
1.5M TINE CTR FRAME SECTION
LINCH PIN
TINE FT SFT STRAIGHT SHANK
SELF-LOCKING NUT M12 PLATED
BOLT M12 X 80MM PLATED
PIN LINKAGE 3/4IN (BARE)
2-2
1
4
11
11
11
4
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3.0M FURROW PRESS TINE KIT
3-1
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3.0M FURROW PRESS TINE KIT
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FPT30M
A - 189.200 1.5M CTR FRAME ASSY
01
02
03
04
05
06
189.028
00.372.01
T8109
05.287.03
05.292.21
T7528
1.5M TINE CTR FRAME SECTION
LINCH PIN
TINE FT SFT STRAIGHT SHANK
SELF-LOCKING NUT M12 PLATED
BOLT M12 X 80MM PLATED
PIN LINKAGE 3/4IN (BARE)
1
4
11
11
11
4
B - 189.201 LH 3M WING ASSY
10
02
03
04
05
07
189.029AL
00.372.01
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05.292.21
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LH 3M WING FRAME SECTION
LINCH PIN
TINE FT SFT STRAIGHT SHANK
SELF-LOCKING NUT M12 PLATED
BOLT M12 X 80MM PLATED
PIN LINKAGE 3/4IN (BARE)
1
4
6
6
6
4
C - 189.202 RH 3M WING ASSY
20
02
03
04
05
07
189.029AR
00.372.01
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05.292.21
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RH 3M WING FRAME SECTION
LINCH PIN
TINE FT SFT STRAIGHT SHANK
SELF-LOCKING NUT M12 PLATED*
BOLT M12 X 80MM PLATED
PIN LINKAGE 3/4IN (BARE)
3-2
1
4
6
6
6
4
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4.0M FURROW PRESS TINE KIT
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4.0M FURROW PRESS TINE KIT
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FPT40M
A - 189.200 1.5M CTR FRAME ASSY
01
02
03
04
05
06
189.028
00.372.01
T8109
05.287.03
05.292.21
T7528
1.5M TINE CTR FRAME SECTION
LINCH PIN
TINE FT SFT STRAIGHT SHANK
SELF-LOCKING NUT M12 PLATED
BOLT M12 X 80MM PLATED
PIN LINKAGE 3/4IN (BARE)
1
4
11
11
11
4
D - 189.203 LH 4M WING ASSY
01
02
03
04
05
06
189.029BL
00.372.01
T8109
05.287.03
05.292.21
T7528
LH 4M WING FRAME SECTION
LINCH PIN
TINE FT SFT STRAIGHT SHANK
SELF-LOCKING NUT M12 PLATED
BOLT M12 X 80MM PLATED
PIN LINKAGE 3/4IN (BARE)
1
4
10
10
10
4
E - 189.204 RH 4M WING ASSY
01
02
03
04
05
06
189.029BR
00.372.01
T8109
05.287.03
05.292.21
T7528
RH 4M WING FRAME SECTION
LINCH PIN
TINE FT SFT STRAIGHT SHANK
SELF-LOCKING NUT M12 PLATED
BOLT M12 X 80MM PLATED
PIN LINKAGE 3/4IN (BARE)
4-2
1
4
10
10
10
4
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T8109
TINE ASSEMBLY
01
02
03
04
05
T8109-1
T8109-2
T8109-3
T8109-4
T8109-5
TINE, STRAIGHT
TINE CLAMP
TINE POINT STRAIGHT
BOLT M10 SQ. SHOLDER
NUT M10
5-2
1
1
1
1
1
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